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HISTORICALLY veterinary work on sheep farms has been a low priority for many practitioners (Bebbington and others 2015) and contributed little to practice income (Reader 2014, Lovatt 2015). However, some sheep farmers have seen the benefit of regular veterinary involvement, and suggested that a proactive vet might work with a group of farmers of smaller flocks to reduce the veterinary cost per ewe (Kaler and Green …
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